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American Indian Services Scholarship
The AIS Scholarship Program offers $500-$2000 in scholarships to 1,000 students.
C. Lamar Meek Memorial Scholarship
The winner of the C. Lamar Meek Memorial Scholarship receives $1,500 to finance studies in an area related to medical and veterinary entomology.
If you are an automotive student looking for a scholarship, the CarBrain scholarship of $1,000 should interest you.
Computer Science Scholarship Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh offers the Computer Science Scholarship to undergraduate students who have completed CS 271 with a grade of B or above to complete their degrees.
Mary Washburn Willets Award for Excellence in the Social Sciences
The Department of Gender and Women’s Studies offers the Mary Washburn Willets Award to support an outstanding Ph.D. student in the social sciences working in gender/women's studies.
Stamps Scholar Award
The University of South Carolina offers the Stamps Scholar Awards, ranging from $20,000 to $30,000, to deserving undergraduate students in South Carolina to complete their degree programs.
UMKC Chancellor’s Award
The University of Missouri-Kansas City offers the UMKC Chancellor’s Award of $3,500 to first-time college students pursuing undergraduate studies. Schools of Dentistry, Law, Medicine, and Pharmacy are inapplicable.
UMKC Provost Award
The University of Missouri-Kansas City offers the UMKC Provost Award of $2,000 to first-time college students pursuing undergraduate studies. Schools of Dentistry, Law, Medicine, and Pharmacy are inapplicable.
Advancing Care Scholarship for Adult Learners
Every year, BASU Aesthetics + Plastic Surgery grants a $1,500 scholarship to a Texan who is at least 30 years old and pursuing a graduate degree in the medical field.
Answering Legal Law Scholarship
The $5,000 Future Attorneys of America Scholarship is an annual program to support high-performing law students in the U.S. enrolled at an accredited law school.
Patrick Dwyer College Scholarship
Explain why philanthropy can change the world to win $1,000 for your college studies.
LeadMN Leadership Scholarship
The LeadMN organization offers its LeadMN Leadership Scholarship of $1,250 to undergraduate students at Minnesota public universities and colleges to complete their education.
Mccormick Leadership Scholarship
The McCormick Leadership Scholarship is awarded to undergraduate and graduate students in Minnesota to further their education and complete their degrees. Applicants must possess excellent leadership qualities and academic qualifications.
Morrie Anderson Endowed Scholarship
The Morrie Anderson Endowed Scholarship of $500 is awarded to students who demonstrate exceptional performance and are presently taking a technical course at any of Minnesota’s technical or combined colleges.
Alpine Recovery Lodge Bi-Annual Scholarship Essay Contest
Every year, The Alpine Recovery Lodge offers one available scholarship valued at $1,000 per recipient in various regions across the United States.
Central Ohio Watercolor Society (COWS) Student Scholarship
The Central Ohio Watercolor Society (COWS) awards two undergraduate students its Central Ohio Watercolor Society (COWS) Student Scholarship of $500 each to complete their degrees in art.
Colorado Farm Show Scholarships
Colorado Farm Show offers the Colorado Farm Show Scholarships, ranging from $1,000 to $4,000 to deserving high school senior and undergraduate students pursuing a degree in agricultural studies.
Day of Pride Scholarship UCONN
The University of Connecticut (UConn) awards the Day of Pride Scholarship to outstanding high school students from underserved backgrounds to further their education at UConn.
Funeral Service Foundation Scholarships
The Funeral Service Foundation offers 51 scholarship awards for continuing college students studying funeral services or mortuary science.
MTU Leading Scholar Award – The Resident Value
Michigan Technological University awards MTU Leading Scholar Award to outstanding incoming freshman students to further their education. Applicants can be residents or non-residents of Michigan.
Neal Davis Law Scholarship Essay Contest
The scholarship is awarded to a college student with original and creative ideas on social reforms presented in an argumentative essay.
Supply Chain Management Education Scholarship
The Customized Distribution Services (CDS) awards a $1,000 scholarship to support Supply Chain Management majors or students in related disciplines.
The Pennsylvania Society Scholarship Program with the Maguire Foundation
The Pennsylvania Society offers the Pennsylvania Scholarship Program with the Maguire Foundation of $8,000 to 25 high school seniors to enroll in undergraduate degrees in political science or American history.
UConn – Nutmeg Scholarship
The University of Connecticut (UConn) awards the Nutmeg Scholarship, ranging between $20,000 to $60,000, to exceptional high school students in Connecticut to further their education at UConn.
UConn – Stamps Scholars Awards
The University of Connecticut offers the Stamps Scholars Award to five high school senior students in Connecticut, each, to pursue undergraduate degrees at the University of Connecticut (UConn).
About November Scholarships
November is the perfect time to start planning for scholarship opportunities. With college costs on the rise, scholarships can help make a college education more affordable and achievable. There are many national, state, and local organizations that offer scholarships for individuals who meet specific criteria. Scholarships can range from need-based awards to merit-based awards. It is important to research the different types of scholarships available and understand the application requirements. Additionally, it is important to take time to complete all application materials thoroughly and on-time in order to increase the chance of receiving an award. With diligence and commitment, students can find a scholarship that will help them finance their college education.
Cost of College in November
The cost of college varies widely, but the three most affordable schools are University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA), City College of San Francisco (CCSF) and California State Polytechnic University-Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona). UCLA is the least expensive at an average cost of $10,481 per year. This includes tuition, fees, housing, and books. CCSF is the second most affordable, with an average cost of $11,364 per year. Cal Poly Pomona is the third most affordable, at an average cost of $12,624 per year. These costs can vary greatly depending on the student's individual circumstances such as residency status and program choice. For example, in-state tuition at UCLA is only $13,240 compared to out-of-state tuition of $35,636. All three schools offer financial aid and scholarships for students who demonstrate need. Students should consider all the costs associated with college before enrolling and budget accordingly. With careful planning, college can be an affordable option for many students in November.
Tips for Winning Scholarships in November
1. Start Early: The earlier you start looking for scholarships, the better your chances of finding them are. Set aside time each week throughout the summer and fall to search for scholarship opportunities that match your skills and achievements. That way, when November rolls around, you’ll be well-prepared to apply for several different scholarships all at once.
2. Take Advantage of Scholarship Tools: There are several tools available to help you search for scholarships more efficiently and effectively. For instance, use the free scholarship-matching service provided by your school’s financial aid office, or try an online database like Fastweb or College Board’s Big Future. Not only will these tools help you find more scholarships, but they’ll also narrow your list down to only the ones that best suit your unique qualifications.
3. Follow Directions: Thoroughly read each scholarship application and make sure you understand the requirements before submitting it. Carefully follow the directions and answer all of the questions accurately and honestly. Make sure your essay is well-written and follows the prompt provided. Finally, be sure to submit all of the required materials in a timely manner before the scholarship’s deadline. Following these instructions will ensure that you have the best chance of winning each scholarship.
Frequently asked questions
When should I start applying for scholarships?
It’s best to apply as soon as you can. This is because there might be a few requirements for a particular scholarship and it might take time to fulfill all of those.